"Performing in a theater the music saved from oblivion
it is like having finally freed it from the prison camp"

Francesco Lotoro

Foundation ILMC brings music composed in concentrationary camps in the theaters worldwide

HOTEL DE VILLE
Grand Place - Bruxelles
19th October, 2015

HOTEL DE VILLE || SALLE GOTHIQUE
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ORGANIZER
MARIE FRANCE BOTTE

Known for her awareness-raising activities against pedophilia, she works with the Terre des Hommes association in Thailand, where she opens reception centers for exploited children. From this experience will be taken the book "Le prix d'un enfant: 4 ans dans l'enfer de en prostitution enfantine à Bangkok" in which she tells the dramatic struggle she undertook in favor of the children of the Thai capital, first exposing the shameful phenomenon and then bringing its gravity to the attention of the European Union institutions. She collaborated with Doctors Without Borders in the creation of the Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Association. In 1994 her proposal to prosecute a Belgian citizen who abused children abroad becomes law. Since 2015 she is the Director of the Brussels Municipality's Protocol Office.

CAST

 

N. 1 hour of music.
30 minuts of conversation.
11 minuts of video screening.

 

Piano: Francesco Lotoro
Violin: Roby Lakatos
Voice: Paolo Candido
 
Presents: Viviana Kasam

programme

Sandor Kuti
    Violin Sonata 1st movement  4’
        violin: Roby Lakatos

Burgenland Roma
But facunge, but maro pekal  4’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

Anonym of Buchenwald
Heimatlos  3’
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

Anonym of Maidanek-Lublin
Habeit Mishomaim ure  3’
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

Karel Berman
Terezin Suite 10’
piano: Francesco Lotoro,

Anonym of Maerzbachtal
Zi ist mein herz 2’
male singer: Paolo Candido

Jozef Kropiński
Tangos  1’
piano: Francesco Lotoro,

Piesn bez slov (violin, piano) 2’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,

Arturo Coppola
Alla finestra  4’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

Rudolf Karel
Pancrác Valzer (piano) 5’
piano: Francesco Lotoro,

Pankrac Polka (violin, piano) 3’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,

Antonin Brodna
Frihling 4’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

Anonymous from Lodz Ghetto
Romani dzili  4’
violin: Roby Lakatos,
piano: Francesco Lotoro,
male singer: Paolo Candido

VIOLINIST
ROBY LAKATOS
Famous Hungarian violinist of Roma origin, descendant of the "King of the Gypsy violinists" Janos Bihari. Renowned for his eclectic and versatile style, his repertoire ranges from jazz to classical music which he mixes, in the same way as Liszt and Brahms, with the Roman and popular Hungarian rhythms. In 2004 he enjoyed great success playing during the "The Genius of the violin", a festival with the London Symphony Orchestra. His style, his vision, his talent for improvisation, his musical curiosity and his skills as a composer make him one of the most intriguing and successful musical talents today.
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